1994 Golf 2.0

Models manufactured from 1993 to 1999

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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby vrtpassat on Dec Fri 25, 2009 11:08 am

mk2dubber wrote:I'll pass on the tune up kit =] i custom made a set of MSD 8mm wires and i got a set of bosch plugs. But i'll be gettin a cap and rotor once im back in wyoming.

what bosch plugs did you get that could be the proble
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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby mk2dubber on Dec Fri 25, 2009 10:07 pm

Im not sure, i forget the number. Got them at advanced they are just exact replacements i have yet to install.
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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby mk2dubber on Jan Tue 26, 2010 4:09 pm

Well, this isn't gonna be a street car anymore. I'm getting ready to build it into a rally car here at wyotech and cruise it up pikes peak in colorado. My new street car is a 1970 Dodge Charger.
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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby kompressorgolf on Jan Wed 27, 2010 10:56 am

pics of said project, and charger plz
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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby mk2dubber on Jan Fri 29, 2010 3:59 am

Haha alright, i'll get some pics of the golf when project is started. Im estimating another 2 Months or so. As for the charger, it is in MT so i'll snap some pics when im at my house either February or March.
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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby kompressorgolf on Jan Fri 29, 2010 11:55 am

how much time down there do they give you to work on your own stuff? can you stay late and work?
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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby mk2dubber on Jan Sat 30, 2010 3:21 am

They give you as much time as you need as long as you're done with your Comp's and Proficiencies. But no you can't stay late. So i'm doing front main, fuel filter, and water pump monday and tuesday. Anyone have the piping that runs from the block up to the PCV valve that sits on top of the valve cover? i need one.. cheap.
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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby choncho on Feb Thu 11, 2010 12:02 am

you figure out that runnin problem yet? i've been in a 95 2.0 and had a weird cel light come on at random times. when the light came on it would run weird like mixture was off or timing or what have you or like watery gas or something. gotta use vag com to read codes. josh at dynojet helped me out and boom, 1 code, cps sensor. got a new distributor (built in cps) off vortex for cheap and good to go ever since.
i agree w trevor on new cap n rotor. make sure to use bosch instead of el cheapo from napa or whoever. i've had many vw's that i spent days on running and starting problems, only for it turn out that the distributor cap was the culprit, even if it looked healthy. :banghead:
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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby mk2dubber on Feb Sun 14, 2010 6:21 am

Thanks guys.. im starting to lose ambition on this thing, no one has vag com around here i tried to find someone on the locater site but no luck. I dont think this thing even has enough power to get back to MT, it runs great when it's really cold then runs like complete shit when warm.. no clue i've tried almost everything..
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Re: 1994 Golf 2.0

Postby MT-Getto on Feb Sun 14, 2010 12:23 pm

Did you do the coolant temp sensor? o2 sensor? check for vacuum leaks? Have you done a timing belt and maybe gotten the IM shaft off a tooth or 2?

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